Interview with Cuadernos de Negación

"They all must go: government of the workers and community assemblies".

English translation of a written interview with Argentinian communist group, Cuadernos de Negación (Negation Notebooks), discussing the recent history of the country's workers' movement, including the 1969 Cordobazo and the 2001 uprising, and prospectives for the future.

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Jul 26 2015 00:46

Has any of their stuff been translated?

Jul 28 2015 11:55

In our site:
There's 2 of our texts in french. We welcome anyone interested in translating some of our material to english. Thanks in advance.


Jul 28 2015 15:37

Jul 28 2015 15:33

The photo it´s very bolasera... and represent one of the worst sides of the 2001 and my impression is that really don´t have connection with the sense of the text. Put a little of onda and change it. And the tilde is to the other side (Negación no Negaciòn).

Jul 31 2015 13:39

I might have some differences with this groups take on the 'formal and real domination of capital' not sure but this outline of their approach is certainly encouraging. Unfortunately I don't have any language skills that would help with translations of their other material but perhaps someone else might help out at some point with that? The title of this post won't likely bring it up on any search for stuff on Argentina but perhaps that can be fixed by the admins.

Dec 21 2015 14:10

Maybe this link will work better;

Dec 21 2015 14:32

Also thanks to comrades at 'dialectical-delinquents' for pointing out this in the english language:

Feb 21 2021 12:42

Should note that 'Guerre de Classe have started to translate some more material from this group into English on this site.
And comrades of 'Angry Workers World' have also got contact with this group and produced this additional interview in English on the current situation:
It would be good to get more of these English translations up on libcom.

May 26 2021 09:41

There is also this useful outline summary of the material changes in global capitalism and argentina impacting on the forms and effectiveness of class struggles and the changed role of trade unions as a result of radical changes in working class composition since the original 1886 May Days and the potential for revolution from another argentinian political group here: